British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's honours list, which includes his father Stanley Johnson's nomination for a knighthood, has prompted criticism from other politicians.
UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak has distanced himself from this list, saying his father will only receive a Father's Day card.
Johnson's resignation honours list has reportedly been criticised by civil servants for being too long, with up to 100 nominations.
Stanley Johnson's nomination in the honours list has been subject to controversy due to previous allegations against him.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's resignation honours list has come under increasing scrutiny since allegations emerged that he planned to include his father, Stanley Johnson, among the nominees.
The list contains up to 100 nominations for awards such as knighthoods and damehoods, but has been criticised for being too long.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak distanced himself from the list, stating that his father would be lucky to receive a Father's Day card.
Sunak refused to comment on whether he would nominate family members for honours or how he viewed the practice in general while en route to a UK-France summit.
Conservative MP Caroline Nokes accused Stanley Johnson of inappropriate behaviour during a party conference, while a journalist claimed he had groped her at a different event.
Johnson has denied both allegations.
Sunak's rejection of the list of honours is seen by many as a rebuke of his former colleague.
While he has not explicitly said he disagrees with Johnson's nomination of his father, Sunak's quip denouncing the list as discredited is read as indicative of a split with Johnson.
Some have argued that this split may represent a broader internal realignment within the Conservative Party.